Journalist, Arthur Hawkesﾒ contribution to this issue is a second article on the farmer as warrior and statesman. Agricultural articles pertain to the use of electricity to enhance crops, instructions for creating a fungicide for potatoes, crossbreeding cattle with bison, and a summary of the tractor short course at the college. Other articles address the novels of Thomas Hardy, a description of a meatpacking house, and a reminiscence of building a log barn. The serialized wartime story titled "Apres la Guerre" is continued in this issue. Campus news features social events of the graduating classes. The Macdonald Institute column highlights a guest address by Mary Bollert regarding the problems of women's work. The Alumni column contains alumni and alumnae updates.
Description_tableofcontentsThe farmer as warrior and statesman; The novels of Thomas Hardy; The electrification of seeds; Potato crop insurance; The cattalo; The packing house; Raising a log barn; The mail box; Farm power; Editorial; "Apres la Guerre"; College life; Macdonald; Athletics; Alumni; advertising;
EditorE. T. Chesley; R. E. Balch; L. H. Hanlan; Miss E. Whitelaw; R. J. Rogers; Miss B. Lailey; J. C. Graham; F. B. Hutt; R. A. Hocking; E. N. Buckley; H. C. Elliott; McK. McArthur; H. M. Baron; A. T. Brown;